• Wednesday, February 21, 2024
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Table Bay… comfort beyond the room

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If you desire more than a night rest in a very stunning location, then you need to reserve a room at the Table Bay Hotel.

It is a very rare place where on waking up, guests are ushered into different panoramic views. It is either the awesome view of the famous Table Mountain, few metres away or the unending stretch of the Atlantic Ocean with its refreshing breeze, all from the comfort of the room.

This sophisticated Sun International property, opened in May 1997, by none other than Nelson Mandela, the late iconic former South African president, is the ultimate in 5-star luxury accommodation option whenever you are in Cape Town.

Besides the appealing natural location, the Table Bay Hotel is set on the historic Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, close to Sea Point, Newlands, Green Point and the city centre. This luxury Cape Town hotel has been created, not only as a tribute to the world-famous bay, but also to set its own standards in international service, cuisine and luxury.

Location is everything and the Table Bay Hotel is perfectly situated to take full advantage of Cape Town’s most incredible sights and settings. Conveniently positioned against the stunning backdrop of the working harbour, Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, the Table Bay Hotel is in good proximity to the airport as well as Cape Town’s best tourist attractions.

Your stay is not restricted to the comfort of the well-furnished rooms. The hotel takes time to highlight top places to visit in Cape Town along the designated route to ensure the perfect holiday for its guests.

The luxury Cape Town hotel boasts 329 fully air-conditioned rooms that range from luxury rooms and family rooms to superior luxury rooms and suites. All Table Bay Hotel rooms are fitted with walk-in cupboards, marble finishes and writing desks. Room service is available 24/7 and a turn down service is issued twice a day. Smoking rooms are situated on the third and fourth floors, the majority of which are Luxury King rooms.

Each of the luxury rooms at the outfit is either sea-facing with views of Robben Island or harbour-facing with views of the V&A Waterfront and the iconic Table Mountain.

However, its luxurious Table Mountain Head Suite is a one-stop-shop lodging experience. It offers guests incredible views of Table Mountain. The suite is decorated in the classic, elegant style of this superior hotel and offers opulent features, including: a king size four poster bed and en-suite bathroom with marble topped twin vanity, large walk in double shower and dressing room. It also has a grand entrance hall and living room area with a large coffee table, telescope, baby grand piano and a dining table suitable for eight guests. A separate guest toilet, equipped kitchen, balcony with sun-loungers and umbrella complete the grand appeal of this suite.

The hotel is home to a great selection of conference and function venues in Cape Town. Whether you are looking to host a conference for up to 300 delegates or looking to plan annual office cocktail party, the Table Bay Hotel has ample conference venues to suit your needs. The hotel’s world-class chefs cater for lunches or dinners to impeccable standards.

Yet, there is also a Business Centre with three private offices available to guests.

The restaurants offer an incredible selection of dining options with three exceptional restaurants and two fully-stocked bars. Guests look forward to indulging in a Table Bay Hotel high tea, or dive into a scrumptious breakfast buffet prepared by top-class chefs.

OBINNA EMELIKE